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The Destruction of the Earths Rain Forests

the Destruction of the Earths Rain Forests

Soon the lack of nutrients in the soil and overgrazing degrade them, and they are abandoned for newly cleared land. Many alkaloids from higher plants have proven to be of medicinal value and benefit. Because rainforest plants are complex chemical storehouses that contain many undiscovered biodynamic compounds with unrealized potential for use in modern medicine. Still more drugs are derived from animals and microorganisms. What generation of people is most affected? The biodiversity of the tropical rainforest is so immense that less than 1 percent of its millions of species have been studied by scientists for their active constituents and their possible uses. THE last frontier ON earth. Balick, director of the Institute of Economic Botany at the New York Botanical Gardens, estimate the minimum number of pharmaceutical drugs potentially remaining to be extracted from the rainforests. In fact, today, much of the pressures on their remaining rainforests comes from servicing the needs and markets for wood products the Theory of Nemesis and Reoccurring Mass Extinctions in industrialized countries that have already depleted their own natural resources. When these indigenous peoples are lost forever, gone too will be their empirical knowledge representing centuries of accumulated knowledge of the medicinal value of plant and animal species in the rainforest.

the Destruction of the Earths Rain Forests

RainForest Maker : Tropical Rainforest Destruction: Reasons and Deforestation Facts, Information, and Effects National Geographic

The Environmental Destruction in Amazon Rainforest
The Destruction of Earth

This is the folly that our descendants are least likely to forgive us for.". The location of deforested areas can also affect their impacts on regional climates, the study finds. It is only recently that this research has become widespread, as.S. The governments of these developing countries need help in learning how to manage and protect their natural resources for long-term profits, while still managing to service their debts, and they must be given the incentives and tools to. The demand, extraction, and consumption of tropical hardwoods has been so massive that some countries that have been traditional exporters of tropical hardwoods are now importing them because they have already exhausted their supply by destroying their native rainforests in slash-and-burn operations. Markets that will put as much money in their pockets and government coffers as the timber companies. Imagine for a minute that you were forced out of your home, your peace and quiet, and your way of life, so somebody could destroy the things you love just to make a few dollars. The study found that relatively small plots of deforestation can actually increase rainfall at a local scale. More than 80 percent of the developed world's diet originated in the rainforest and from this empirical indigenous knowledge of the wealth of edible fruits, vegetables, pope John Paul II and nuts.